The Ghana Education Service (GES) has issued a statement in line with Junior High School (JHS) teachers who subscribed to the UCC 3 semester special programme and will be reporting to their various study centre to write the end of semester exams.
A press statement shared with Educandghana and signed by the Director-General of GES, Prof. Kwasi Opoku Amankwa indicates that the Institute of Education, University of Cape Coast has drawn Management’s attention
fo the fact that some teachers of the Junior High School who are part of the special programme to upgrade Diploma holders to degree are expected to go for face-to-face interaction with their lecturers from 19th April fo 1st May 2021.
According to the statement, district directors are to supervise headteachers of the affected schools to put in the necessary arangements to ensure that acodemic work is not disrupted.
Regional Directors are also urged to direct district directors to strictly supervise these arrangements to ensüre that the students do not lose out during the period from 19 April to 1st May 2021.
Teachers are currently saved from the headaches of writing permission letters to their district directors before permissions are granted following the directive from GES.